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NASA shares first GOES-17 image of Earth’s Western Hemisphere

NASA has shared the first image captured by the GOES-17 spacecraft. The image was taken with the Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) and was debuted for the first time publicly this week.

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Motorola One Power photo shows the Android One iPhone X

It seems that Lenovo and Motorola have a bittersweet present for its fans. On the one hand, it has yet another Android One phone to follow in the Moto X4’s footsteps

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Ticketfly shuts down temporarily after hacker infiltrates site

Ticketfly, a ticket distribution service, has temporarily shut down after discovering a “cyber incident,” the company has revealed. Any attempts to access the Ticketfly website result in a message advising visitors of the event; the rest of the service is unavailable.

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Land Rover aims for all-terrain autonomy

Public trust of autonomous cars is at a low point thanks in large part to high profile fatal accidents such as the Uber vehicle that killed a pedestrian. Land Rover is still pushing forward with autonomy, and in the case of the venerable off-road brand, it wants all-terrain autonomy. Land Rover is developing off-road self-driving tech in a project called … Continue reading

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The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL won’t settle the notch war

Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will again be differentiated by more than just screen size, with notch-haters forced to stomach the screen cut-out if they want the larger of the two flagship Android phones. Expected to debut in October 2018, the two new smartphones are the third generation of Pixel, Google’s showcase for the best of Android and … Continue reading

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Vehicles in Fortnite? The shopping cart and jetpack tease

Fortnite is basking in the spotlight, every week seemingly bringing a new tease, promise, or item. We’ve seen a huge variety of limited and temporary items in Fortnite: the snowball launcher, Thanos, and more

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Chrome 67 prepares to kill passwords

Once the only way to protect accounts, be they online or offline, passwords are now seen more as a liability than an ally.

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Google app bug shows your SMS history, Internet goes crazy

Developers, especially game developers, are known for hiding unrelated, surprising, and often useless features or pieces of code known as “Easter Eggs”.

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Snapdragon 850 to power Dell Surface Phone, Windows 10 on ARM

Microsoft’s mobile strategy isn’t exactly the most consistent. It has all but officially put Windows 10 Mobile and all its smartphones under a bus but, at the same time, seem to be working on a slightly different angle to mobile computing.

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Fallout 76 leaked as an online survival RPG experiment

After Bethesda left viewers hanging for a ridiculously delayed livestream, we eventually got to the big secret: it has a Fallout 76 project in the pipeline.

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